You likely have a weak chin if it falls behind the forward-most point of your lower lip. Also known as a recessed chin, a weak chin is usually the unwanted result of genetics, aging, and other factors. The good news is there are surgical and non-surgical ways to enhance your lower face.
Chin augmentation surgery is a versatile and customizable procedure. It uses an implant to provide everything from subtle enhancements to dramatic transformations. And with lots of different types of chin implants to choose from, you are sure to find an option that suits you.
There are many reasons to consider chin surgery, including to:
- Increase the size of your chin
- Improve the definition of your jawline
- Enhance the balance and harmony of your features
- Achieve results that can last for many years to come
Chin fillers are another great way to add volume and definition to your lower face. If you aren’t ready to commit to an implant or want to explore other options, fillers can be a good alternative.
Fillers are injected beneath the surface of the skin to enhance the surrounding area. These soft gel formulas can correct a weak or recessed chin without downtime. However, they are temporary, so you will need to schedule maintenance appointments to keep your results.
Do Chin Exercises Help?
Many people swear by jaw sculpting techniques. Some of the most popular methods include mewing and facial massage. Jawline exercises like chin-ups are also quite trendy these days.
These options may sound like an appealing way to fix a weak chin without professional help. However, there is not enough scientific evidence to show that they are safe or effective.
Find Your Ideal Treatment
Dr. Stan Castor is a board-certified plastic surgeon who can make your goals a reality. He will use his knowledge of facial anatomy to match you with the most appropriate cosmetic service.